Reports how the theorem of the texture “tuned” mask was modified to solve some problems encountered in the automatic faults (including filling bars, oil stains, weft‐lacking and holes) detection and recognition of the plain woven fabrics. These problems are the faults of variable shapes and sizes, those of variable structure and the grey‐level differences in the faults of oil stains. The index of the “tuned” mask in the texture “tuned” mask theorem was modified to converge the variability of the faults, and to elongate the distances between each fault’s average texture energy so that the texture energy in normal texture and in faults can be confined to different fixed ranges. The results show that the optimum texture “tuned” mask found from the modified theorem of the texture “tuned” mask can be used satisfactorily to identify different faults due to structure, shapes and size variation. However, in the case of undertoned oil stains and lower density filling bars, this method may sometimes cause misidentification.
Shin, S., Tsai, I. and Lee, P. (1996), "Automatic faults detection and recognition for static plain fabrics: applying the theorem of texture “tuned” masks", International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, Vol. 8 No. 1/2, pp. 56-65. https://doi.org/10.1108/09556229610109618Download as .RIS
MCB UP Ltd
Copyright © 1996, MCB UP Limited